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 Norwegian Coastal Cruise Line

The Norwegian Coastal Voyage goes all the way back to 1891 when it launched the first daily voyage up the west coast of Norway to small communities linking them to the outside world by delivering mail and other critical services. With 34 ports of call the Norwegian Coastal Voyage is still a lifeline along the west coast of Norway, carrying freight and cargo still showcasing the dazzling scenery of fjords, snow-capped mountains, and farm communities tucked away in between rolling hills, as well as bustling fishing villages and picturesque towns' every day, year-round. The fleet has changed dramatically over the years to accommodate even the most discerning travelers. Spacious suites, comfortable cabins, and a variety of elegant public areas and panoramic lounges fill the ships. The artwork on board the Norwegian Coastal Voyage ships is renowned. The scenery and people along the route have inspired well-known artists who have brought them to life on board. The guests on board the ships originate from all corners of the world. You'll have the opportunity to meet people from a variety of countries and cultures and will perhaps make lifelong friends who become future traveling companions.

 Recent Norwegian Coastal Reviews

  • Sandy Huff  Nordkapp  coastal voyage

    Fun trip. The route is mostly in protected waters and inside passages, so the ride was smooth. Our tour leaders on this Vantage group tour were funny and efficient. Some of the stops are only... read more

    13 users found this review helpful.
  • Bob Scherago  Richard With  Bergen to Kirkenes to Bergen

    We took this cruise in late February, and it snowed every day. It was absolutely beautiful. We sailed north, then east, to the Russian Border, stopping at 34 ports; then we reversed the trip,... read more

    28 users found this review helpful.
 

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